Love story unites NZ - Indian film collaboration
17 Nov 2008
The diversity of New Zealand's cultures and some of the country's spectacular landscapes, feature in a major new movie that's just hit the silver screen.
Love Has No Language stars leading Bollywood actress and former Miss India Universe (2001) Celina Jaitley alongside up-and-coming Kiwi actor Ben Mitchell.
Described as a romantic comedy, the film tells a cross culture tale of love between a Māori heart-throb and a beautiful Indian migrant. Fascinated by each others' cultures the pair fall into a love spiral which springs many surprises on them and those around them.
Producer Sue Moses says she hopes the movie will give the global audience a taste of what New Zealand is all about.
The film showcases New Zealand's 'City of Sails', Auckland, as well as the country's adventure capital, Queenstown.
It is being described as 'a rollercoaster ride of true Kiwi adventure'.
Love Has No Language, which opened in New Zealand cinemas on November 6, will be launched internationally to an anticipated audience of over 65 million Bollywood fans.
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